How We Can Help

When you need home care services, you are looking for warm and knowledgeable caregivers. You need reliability and a fast response. We are there for you with

  • 24/7 on-call availability for clients
  • Fast and flexible scheduling
  • Support for families

You can arrange to pay an hourly rate for as-needed services. Or if your needs are for an on-going presence in the home, we can arrange for 24/7 coverage.

Services include

Homemaking and Companionship

Sometimes all that’s needed is a little help around the house. Maybe the person you care for no longer drives. Perhaps a spouse has recently passed on and your relative now needs help with cooking or laundry or other household tasks. Or it could be that your loved one is becoming isolated and simply needs some companionship to get out and start engaging with social activities. We can help!

  • Meal preparation
  • Grocery shopping and errands
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Transportation
  • Assistance with light exercise and outdoor activity
  • Companionship and community engagement
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Personal Care

Perhaps your relative needs assistance with more intimate types of care. We can provide personal care such as

  • Bathing, dressing and grooming
  • Medication reminders
  • Toileting and incontinence care
  • Assisting with walking and transferring from bed to wheelchair
  • Safety and fall prevention
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Hospital-to-Home

If your loved one is in the hospital, very likely he or she will need help the first few weeks of recovery at home. From assisting with meal preparation and reminding about medications, to taking him or her to follow-up appointments, our caregivers can help your relative make a solid recovery and avoid the need for readmission.

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Respite Care

In need of a vacation? Time to replenish your own well? It’s not selfish to take breaks. It’s essential. You can hire our caregivers to come check in and help your relative while you get away for some well-deserved R & R. You rest easier knowing that your loved one is being well cared for. We’ve got your back!

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Dementia Care

Caring for a person with a memory loss condition, such as Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia or Parkinson’s, requires special skill and understanding. All of our caregivers are trained to communicate in ways that can be easily understood and preserve the dignity of the person with memory loss. In addition to communication skills, our caregivers know how to:

  • Provide appropriate stimulation
  • Support abilities that your loved one still has
  • Create a soothing, dementia-friendly environment
  • Identify and avoid triggers for emotional outbursts
  • Employ redirection techniques to calm distressing reactions
  • Strategize to address sundowning
  • Protect against wandering
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Hospice Support

If your loved one is on hospice, he or she has special needs concerning management of difficult symptom. Our staff is trained in comfort care techniques and is comfortable with the unique sensitivities surrounding the end-of-life. We know this is a stressful time for everyone in the family, and we can be there to handle the physical care needs so you can focus on visiting and making positive memories together, providing the love and comfort only a family member can bring.

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